# Jupyter Lesson 5: Working with Markdown Cells

MarkDown Cells are used to present text, images, files and LaTex syntax. Content in Markdown cells are written in markdown language  which is a superset of HTML.

Documentation can be found here:
https://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/

### Create a Markdown Cell

1. Select a cell in an open Jupyter Notebook
2. In the toolbar select “Markdown” from the cell type dropdown

### Markdown Reference:

# MarkDown Cell H1
## MarkDown Cell H2
### MarkDown Cell H3
#### MarkDown Cell H4

#### Un-numbered Lists

- un-numbered list item 1
- un-numbered list item 2

#### Numbered List

1. numbered list item 1
2. numbered list item 2

#### Sub-Numbered List

1. numbered list item 1
1. sub numbered list
2. sub numbered list
2. numbered list item 2

#### Formatted Text

*italic text*

**bold text**

~~strikethrough text~~

[Link Example](http://google.com)

#### Local and Online Images

![local image](images/logo.png)
![Online image](https://github.com/buildandteach/pandasbook/blob/master/logo.png?raw=true)

#### Code Examples

python
s = "Python Programming"
print s


#### Tables

| Col1 | Col2 | Col3 |
| ---: | ---: | ---: |
| 1234 | 5678 | 9124 |
| abcd | efgh | ijkl |

#### HTML

<strong>Hello</strong>
<hr>

#### Latex Formulas

$$a^2 + b^2 = c^2$$

$$x_{1,2} = {-b\pm\sqrt{b^2 - 4ac} \over 2a}.$$

#### Greek Letters

- Alpha $\alpha A$
- Beta $\beta B$
- Gamma $\gamma \Gamma$
- Pi $\pi \Pi \varpi$
- Phi $\phi \varphi \Phi$
- Epsilon $\epsilon \varepsilon$
- Theta $\theta \Theta \vartheta$
- Rho $\rho \varrho$
- sigma $\sigma \Sigma \varsigma$